Liliahna Jevne, a second-grade student at Chimacum Creek Primary School, reads to Jake during the Read to Rover program on Friday, Jan. 5, 2018 in Chimacum, Wash. Every Friday, second-grade students get a chance to read aloud to furry companions in the school's library as part of the "Read to Rover" program.
Liliahna Jevne, a second-grade student at Chimacum Creek Primary School, reads to Jake during the Read to Rover program on Friday, Jan. 5, 2018 in Chimacum, Wash. Every Friday, second-grade students get a chance to read aloud to furry companions in the school's library as part of the "Read to Rover" program. The Peninsula Daily News via AP Jesse Major
Liliahna Jevne, a second-grade student at Chimacum Creek Primary School, reads to Jake during the Read to Rover program on Friday, Jan. 5, 2018 in Chimacum, Wash. Every Friday, second-grade students get a chance to read aloud to furry companions in the school's library as part of the "Read to Rover" program. The Peninsula Daily News via AP Jesse Major

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